Many menopausal women experience sleeping problems, including insomnia, oversleeping or difficult staying asleep. Here's our advice to help you manage your sleep issues.
For women across the world, the menopause is an inevitable fact of life and a normal part of the ageing process. But myths and legends still surround it and, in many cases, the menopause is often regarded as a taboo topic.
Menopause is a natural life stage in every woman’s life and diet is really important to help control and relieve its symptoms. The long-term effects of the menopause are that the depletion of the hormone oestrogen causes changes to the body leaving women susceptible to health complications such as osteoporosis and cardiovascular disease. However, lifestyle changes can reduce these risks and diet is a major influence.
Some women experience a drop in libido, either in the short or long term, during the menopause. What's normal? And what can you do about it?
In general, the menopause, its effects and symptoms are rarely discussed within a professional context. We carried out a study to gain insight and statistics about the menopause in the workplace.